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June 23, 2006

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junieann

Karen, it is lovely. I don't know of many finished Princess Shawls. I have my pattern, framed! Welcome aboard.

Caroline Laudig

Are you aware of the blog "The Princess Diaries"?

Here is a link. The two knitters running it have just started up again after quite a hiatus.

http://wabisabi.typepad.com/the_princess_diaries/

I'm not going to knit the Princess Shawl. I am only 60" tall and the shawl is 64". I'm not spending all that time knitting something that I wouldn't be able to wear without bunching it all up!

Julie

Two hundred years later... or does it only seem that long? It's lovely. I have several candidates that could qualify for MLC but after seeing all these professional-looking projects I don't dare show any of mine.
hugs, J

kat

Truly stunning!

Good Luck,
kat in Brisbane

Andrea

You are so brave to be working this in a dark color. My eyes burn for you! I have the pattern and was toying with trying it too! Your work is lovely!

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